White Bread Flour - I would say about 2 cups
7g sachet of Yeast
Pitch of Salt
Pitch of Sugar
Mix together (you can add a little herbs into the dough too, like rosemary)
Then I added warm water and mixed, till it was a soggy dough.
Kneed on a well floured surface for a few minutes. Popped it back into the large mixing bowl (having dusted it lightly inside with flour) and placed a tea towel over it.
If my slow cooker was on i would have popped it on top but as it wasn't I did the following : Poured hot water into a larger bowl, Sitting the bowl with the dough in it on top. I left it until it had doubled in size.
Pulled it out of the bowl, rolled it into a ruff round shape. (Mostly just with my hands, pulling it into the shape I wanted.)
Then I added, finely chopped rosemary/mint and a little thyme.
Then add the garlic.
I used dried garlic flakes, but fresh would be fine. Sprinkle over oil, which ever one you like, think all I hand to hand was veg oil. Pop in a hot oven, mine was about 200c.
Cook till golden brown and eat as soon as its cooled a little! (Eat it all as its not as amazing reheated)
Its quite a showstopper arriving to the table whole!
Perfect to dip in some vinegar and oil, with a pasta dish or just on its own!
Easy and yummy!